ROMSTOCK is being held in Romsley this weekend and organisers hope it will be third time lucky with the weather.

Despite the rain hundreds of people still turned out for the previous two Romstocks at the old sports field at St Kenelm's Road.

A host of bands have been lined up for Saturday's festival including Goats Don't Shave, rock-a-billy band The Bravo Boys, Elvish, Crowded Out, Got the T-shirt and seven piece band Soul Mania.

Up and coming acoustic performers Sophie Road and Esther Turner will also be singing at Romstock and poet Spoz is also on the line up.

Band co-ordinator Mark Moran said: "We have got a great array of bands for this year's Romstock as well as plenty of attractions on the day including a licensed bar, a bouncy castle and a children's skate park.

"The last two Romstocks have been hit by rain but the forecast is looking great so it promises to be a great day for Romsley."

Romstock starts at 1pm and will continue until 8pm, tickets cost £5 for adults and £2.50 for children.

All the money raised will go towards children's youth projects in Romsley parish.